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NIST Announces Program to ID Human Cell Lines for Research

Michael Baum NIST The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has announced that it is launching a project to collect and catalog DNA identification data for up to 1,500 human cell lines used in biological and medical research. In … Continue reading

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Health Groups: Statins Linked to 300+ Negative Effects

Source: GreenMedInfo While annual sales of statin drugs have reached 29-billion dollars a year, globally, new concerns are being raised by a broad range of health and consumer advocacy organizations around the world regarding the growing body of clinical research indicating … Continue reading

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Research: Pineapple Enzyme Superior to Chemotherapy in Treating Cancer

Source: AP Every once in a while a study pops up on the National Library of Medicine’s bibliographic database known as MEDLINE that not only confirms the therapeutic relevance of natural substances in cancer treatment, but blows the conventional approach … Continue reading

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